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This set of 30 task cards has addition problems that do not require carrying. Use these in your learning centers, on your document camera, or for classroom games.Addition Task Cards (added July 28, 2015) Member
This file has 30 task cards. Each one has a 2-digit addition problem on it. These can be used for classroom games or learning centers.Write Twice (A-4) (added July 27, 2015) Member
Write each of the short-o spelling words on the primary-ruled lines. Use your neatest handwriting.Write Twice (A-3) (added July 27, 2015) Free
Write each of your short-i spelling words two times on the primary-ruled lines.Write Twice (A-2) (added July 27, 2015) Free
Your kids can practice writing each of their spelling words two times each. This page has primary-ruled lines.Spelling List A-8 (added July 27, 2015) Free
The long-i words on this list are: ride, like, nine, five, size, time, and slide. Also includes review words from list A-6 (sight words).Spelling List A-7 (added July 27, 2015) Free
The words in this spelling list have the long-a sound. Each word is spelling with a magic-e (sometimes known as a silent-e) at the end. Race, rake, age, fake, gave, make, space, and brave.Spelling List A-6 (added July 27, 2015) Free
These are sight words for first graders. Full list: the, a, you, of, do, to. Star words: are, they. Review words (from list A-4): not, on.Spelling List A-5 (added July 27, 2015) Free
The short-u words on this list are: fun, tub, bus, pup, but, plug, and mug.Spelling List A-4 (added July 27, 2015) Member
This unit, your class will focus on learning to spell short-o words, such as dog, top, not, on, box, frog, trot, and jog.Spelling List A-3 (added July 27, 2015) Free
This list has 6 spelling words, two review words, and two star words. Short-e is the topic. List: six, did, hit, is, if, him. Star words: this, will. Review words (from A-1): as, and.Spelling Word List A-2 (added July 27, 2015) Member
These words have the short-e sound. There 8 words, plus 2 "star words." The full list has the words bed, red, them, gem, yes, get, jet, ten, when, and peg.Missing Addends (added July 23, 2015) Member
Use subtraction to find the missing addend in each equation.Expanded Form (Thousands) (added July 23, 2015) Member
Write each number in expanded form. (example: 4,506 = 4,000 + 500 + 6)Magic Digits Game (added July 23, 2015) Member
In this game, students will work with task cards that have digits. They must arrange the digits to complete the addends in the addition problem.Magic Digits Game
(3-Digit by 1-Digit Multiplication) (added July 22, 2015) Member
Use the digits to complete the multiplication problem. Includes 12 task cards. This activity can be used as a learning center, or game for small groups of students.Magic Digits Game
(2-Digit Addition; No Carrying) (added July 22, 2015) Member
In this task card game, students unscramble digits to make an addition problem. (None of these problems require carrying/renaming/regrouping.)Magic Digits Game
2-Digit Subtraction (No Regrouping) (added July 22, 2015) Member
In this game, students will be given task cards with randomized digits. They need to arrange the digits to make a complete subtraction problem. (None of these problems require borrowing/renaming/regrouping.)Math Riddle: Lazy Bones (added July 15, 2015) Member
Here's a riddle for students to solve: What do you call a skeleton that won't work? In order to solve the riddle, your students will need to solve these 4-digit column addition problems.Column Addition: 4 Digits, 4 Addends (added July 15, 2015) Member
Each of the problems on this page have 4-digit numbers. Some problems have 3 addends, but most have 4. This activity has a picture of a satellite and a space-themed word problem.Column Addition: 4 Digits, 3 Addends (added July 15, 2015) Member
This page has 10 practice problems and a word problem. All are written vertically. The top of the page has an airplane picture. At the bottom there's a travel-themed word problem.Column Addition: 4 Addends (added July 14, 2015) Member
In this addition exercise, students will practice adding four, two-digit numbers.Column Addition: 3 Addends (added July 14, 2015) Member
Practice finding sums of three, two-digit addends. This PDF has 12 problems, including a word problem.Magic Digits Game
(2-Digit by 1-Digit Multiplication) (added July 14, 2015) Member
In this game, students will try to solve 12 tricky task cards. For each card, students must rearrange a set of digits to complete a multiplication problem.Spelling List (E-30) (added July 14, 2015) Member
This spelling unit will teach students the correct way to spell many commonly misspelled words. These words are: calendar, desert, jewelry, separate, dessert, surprise, quiet, rhyme, twelfth, chief, restaurant, definitely, conscience, quite, reference, mischievous, receipt, weird, medieval, grateful, acknowledgment, and accommodate.Spelling List (E-29) (added July 14, 2015) Member
Clipped words are featured in this spelling list. Students will learn the following words: telephone (phone), gymnasium (gym), demonstration (demo), limousine (limo), fanatic (fan), influenza (flu), teenager (teen), gasoline (gas), mathematics (math), examination (exam), photograph (photo), memorandum (memo), dormitory (dorm), advertisement (ad), referee (ref), luncheon (lunch), airplane (plane), champion (champ), microphone (mic), veterinarian (vet), laboratory (lab), and moving picture (movie).Magic Digits Game (3-Digit Addition) (added July 14, 2015) Member
Figure out where to place the digits for each addition problem.Spelling List (E-28) (added July 14, 2015) Member
This spelling list has a series of words that are Demonyms, such as, American, Portuguese, Mexican, European, Hispanic, Australian, Canadian, Asian, Italian, British, Cuban, Bolivian, Dutch, Chinese, African, Colombian, French, Norwegian, Welsh, Peruvian, Japanese, and German.Spelling List (E-27) (added July 14, 2015) Member
Proper nouns are the focus in this unit of spelling. This unit features: Statue of Liberty, Jupiter, Grand Canyon, Walt Disney, Eiffel Tower, December, San Diego Zoo, Florida, Golden Gate Bridge, Mt. Everest, January, Wednesday, Antarctica, Empire State Building, Neptune, Friday, St. Patrick's Day, North America, February, Queen Elizabeth, Pacific Ocean, and Niagara Falls.Spelling List (E-26) (added July 14, 2015) Member
In this unit, you will be teaching students about words that have double letters. Students will learn these words: juggle, savvy, assess, business, happily, embarrass, zucchini, collections, finally, mattress, flatter, questionnaire, bookkeeper, current, strawberries, intelligent, valley, accidentally, bassist, galloping, recommend, and broccoli.Spelling List (E-25) (added July 14, 2015) Member
Students will learn compound words with this spelling unit. This unit's words are: knapsack, fundraiser, storyteller, headquarters, roommate, brainstorm, goodbye, lifeguard, childcare, spokesperson, commonplace, self-defense, merry-go-round, cleanup, workstation, graveyard, background, extracurricular, flashlight, highway, outpatient, and headache.Spelling List (E-24) (added July 14, 2015) Member
This week the spelling list has words that contain the letters X, Y, and Z. Full list: wheelbarrow, seized, woozy, awesome, awful, agonize, hoax, wreckage, wardrobe, bypass, zipper, yogurt, xylophone, yearning, annex, whimsical, yawning, pretzel, gazed, amazing, wrestle, and coax.Spelling List (E-23) (added July 14, 2015) Member
Sounds in this spelling unit are /oo/ and /ū/. Students will learn these words: balloon, musical, issue, unit, pursue, confuse, nephew, youthful, cubic, unicycle, amuse, beauty, vacuum, unanimous, duet, ukulele, bruise, value, usually, mutation, unicorn, and peruse.Spelling List (E-22) (added July 14, 2015) Member
Spelling words for this week are all five-syllable words. The list includes: cafeteria, diagonally, unforgettable, elementary, appreciation, university, undeniable, accumulation, imagination, congratulations, anniversary, anticipation, discrimination, particularly, underestimate, curiosity, electricity, generosity, classification, organization, enthusiastic, and misunderstanding.Spelling List (E-21) (added July 14, 2015) Member
Four-syllable words are featured in this list. Students will learn the following words: librarian, disillusion, regulation, salutations, contribution, temperature, resolution, invisible, understanding, anonymous, reservation, disagreement, alphabetize, experience, obedient, patriotic, automatic, personally, institution, discovery, conservative, and impossible.Spelling List (E-20) (added July 14, 2015) Member
This weeks spelling list features three-syllable words. Dinosaur, celebrate, miracle, tomorrow, sanitize, reaction, accident, area, artistic, exercise, company, probably, frantically, magazine, department, regulate, faithfully, paragraph, syllable, elephant, dangerous, and however.Spelling List (E-19) (added July 14, 2015) Member
This week students will learn about words with /ô/ sounds. This list contains: hawk, coleslaw, faucet, sausage, scrawny, cough, frosted, laundry, installation, cause, author, awning, applaud, thought, daughter, alright, officer, lawful, awfully, taught, sauce, and brawl.Spelling List (E-18) (added July 14, 2015) Member
Words in this spelling unit all end in -ing, such as, clothing, complaining, panicking, scrubbing, frustrating, changing, laughing, munching, fascinating, sounding, selecting, exciting, appearing, regulating, mimicking, confusing, hiking, squirting, pleasing, copying, and agreeing.Spelling List (E-17) (added July 14, 2015) Member
In this unit, you will find words that are past tense verbs. This list includes: wrapped, attacked, bought, visited, separated, chatted, traveled, belonged, delayed, puzzled, shook, signed, caught, repaired, managed, studied, understood, awoke, preferred, became, withdrew, and memorized.Spelling List (E-16) (added July 14, 2015) Member
This spelling unit has a series of words that are Homophones. Witch, whole, knight, flour, hole, steel, plain, petal, night, there, steal, weather, peddle, piece, their, they're, plane, which, flower, bear, bare, whether, and peace.Spelling List (E-15) (added July 14, 2015) Member
This week's spelling words all have words with the sounds /k/ and /kw/. Words on this list are: squid, inquire, magical, echo, confusion, squeeze, unequal, cosmic, quantity, unique, occupy, quieter, squawk, luckily, quality, confident, ache, quadrilateral, quickly, chemical, quest, and vacation.Spelling List (E-14) (added July 14, 2015) Member
Students will learn about words with the sounds /ow/ and /oi/. This list contains the following words: mountain, appointment, surrounded, drowsy, avoid, employee, grounded, allowed, coward, coiled, loyal, chowder, soiled, outsider, pounded, joust, grouchy, poise, oily, bound, annoying, and oyster.
On this list, you will find a set of words with Suffixes. Words on this list are: objection, comfortable, fearful, humorous, harmless, helpless, careful, faithful, kindness, weakness, ambidextrous, likeliness, beautiful, thoughtless, luxurious, reliable, inspection, peaceful, poisonous, hazardous, sleepless, and abbreviation.Spelling List (E-12) (added July 14, 2015) Member
This unit's spelling list contains words with prefixes. The words in this list are: preschool, rearrange, transform, transition, impolite, transcontinental, forecaster, disadvantage, disconnect, disorder, disappear, prefix, preface, forewarn, rewind, preview, review, remove, prehistoric, previously, disapprove, and transportation.Spelling List (E-11) (added July 14, 2015) Member
The words on this spelling list have silent letters. Words on the list include: ballet, fudge, wrench, knowledge, hustle, bomb, tomb, match, wrestle, thorough, muscle, rustle, answer, scratch, knitting, scissors, gnaw, assign, chaos, handsome, knuckle, and playwright.Spelling List (E-10) (added July 14, 2015) Member
This spelling list has words with -ar, -er, -ir, and -or. The following words are in the list: anchor, discolor, lighter, carrier, vinegar, appear, whimper, educator, neighbor, braver, spear, cylinder, censor, flair, counselor, choir, ancestor, adviser, despair, sorcerer, survivor, uproarWrite Twice (A-1) (added July 13, 2015) Free
In their best handwriting, students write each spelling word two times. This worksheet includes primary-ruled paper.